Approach To Discover"E"
The National Engineers Week Committee in Austin, Texas, has sorted their activity archive by grade level , and a brownie troop leader-engineer in Doylestown, PA, has compiled eight simple hands-on activities for youngsters
activities, from previous years, are also available. You can order them through
our online product catalog or with the order form in the Eweek planning kit.
can be photocopied and distributed not only to participating engineers but to
teachers and leaders of Scout troops as well as other student organizations.
through any activity before presenting it in class. All of the following activities
can be accomplished in one class period and require simple, inexpensive materials.
Whether you use
one of these activities—or develop one of your own—discuss your ideas
with your teacher(s) to be sure the project is appropriate for the class.
National Engineers Week Committee is looking for creative and tested classroom
ideas that can be compiled into a resource booklet to be made available for a
future National Engineers Week. Your idea can help others and become part of a
national program. Entries will not be returned and authors of those activities
selected will be notified. Send your project ideas to the committee at 1420 King
Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314.